Re: I don't have a Pagefile !!

From: jasonk (
Date: 02/22/02

From: "jasonk" <>
Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2002 18:13:19 +1100

"Edu" <> wrote in message
> Hi, I need help:
> When I try to open a session on my Windows 2000 Server, just after
> typing the password I get the message:
> Limited Virtual Memory. Your system is running without a properly sized
> paging file (or something similar).
> After this, the system exits the Win session and returns to ask for a
> username and a password, so I can never start a windows session, so i
> can't change the settings on my pagefile (open System Properties >>
> Advanced >> Performance Options >> Change).
> The problem is that I don't have a paging file. How can i create it
> manually? Where?
> Can you help me?
> Thank you in advance.
> Edu

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